Cressingham House News – The Petting Zoo Pays a Visit!

The petting zoo came to Cressingham for the residents and their families who wished to participate in this experience! So far we have had brilliant feedback from all who attended. Even if they wouldn’t touch the animals, they enjoyed the fact that they could see them. We have therefore booked for the petting zoo to […]

Mrs Jean Jones lives at Cressingham House, and this is her life story so far …

My name is Mrs Jean Elsie Jones. I was born in Wallasey on 7th May 1931 to parents Elsie & Leonard Taylor. I started school in Barnston Lane; then they moved to Upton Road.  I enjoyed my time in school and was lucky enough not to be evacuated during the War.  When necessary, we just […]

Cressingham House News – Four Generations

Recently there were 4 generations of one family at Cressingham House when our resident Tess received a visit from her 2 daughters, a granddaughter and a great-granddaughter! They all happened to visit at the same time as they had come to watch some entertainment and singing one afternoon recently.  

Cressingham House News – St. David’s Day

Some of the residents were involved with helping in the preparations for St. David’s Day on 1st March.  Here they are arranging daffodils (in bud) for the tables.

Cressingham House News – Snapshots from Cressingham House

Cressingham House News – Making Our Poppies


Cressingham House News – Cameos from Cressingham

Cressingham House News – Watching and Doing!

  A former ferry boat captain from New Brighton, Dave Langton, came and gave us a talk with slide show on the history of the ferry boats that cross the Mersey. The facts and pictures were all so interesting and the residents loved it. Some of them remembered the old ferry ports or had stories from […]